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SOUTHAMPTON. be SOLD by AUCTION, Mecey, the at. Hanover-buildings, Wednesday,"AjUFjd S>-.'l«-, clock,—All th_ -i€*?itteitlH<¥UBKH'fc* FURNITURE, fined-toned Piano Forte, Broad- Wood,

SOUTHAMPTON. be SOLD by AUCTION, Mecey, the at. Hanover-buildings, Wednesday,"AjUFjd S>-.'l«-, clock,—All th_ -i€*?itteitlH<¥UBKH'fc* FURNITURE, fined-toned Piano Forte, Broad- Wood,

and other Etfects, quitting-his residence : capita*- and field bedsteads', with carved mahogany pillars, «ud dimity' hangings, fringed; excellent goose .feather-beds and bedding; iv set of eating-room chair*; set with circular ends, cellaret sideboard, card,, Pembroke, and other
April 7, 1817 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
\V. T. Y. C. THE WINDHAM TROOP YEOMANRY CAVALRY will meet in Windham, at Ekven o'clock, on Tuesday next, April

\V. T. Y. C. THE WINDHAM TROOP YEOMANRY CAVALRY will meet in Windham, at Ekven o'clock, on Tuesday next, April

15th. JOHN D.XRELL, Captain W. Y. C. Catton. April 11, 1817. Mr. BEATNIFFE'S SALE. TTIE Public are respectfully informed that the AUCTION of Mr. BEATNIFFE'S Valuable Collection BOOKS, Advertised for APRIL 21st, arid Following Days, is unavoidably POSTPONED to MAY sth. Catalogues
April 12, 1817 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
LYNN, SHIP NEWS.

LYNN, SHIP NEWS.

I—ARRIVF;D.1 —ARR1VF;D.——Comrrrerce, Jewsot ra&Sar from Cadi», with wine; Ann, Wngh MSi|»»i Low m, goods; Queen, di-'w-, with go.ris. an«l Wi*en, Darn brook, with stone, hum Hull; P Williamson, from Boston, with cum Juno, Fletcher, from London, hound t» Hull, wit loss h*r mast;
April 5, 1817 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
BIRTHS. me wire ot the Key. Henry Howard, of a son. MARRIED. Last week, Cliarles Harvey, Esq. - City, to

BIRTHS. me wire ot the Key. Henry Howard, of a son. MARRIED. Last week, Cliarles Harvey, Esq. - City, to

Miss Haynes, Twickenham," ' Yesterday se>imigbt, Mr. R r i» to Miss Amy '° * aSI mch » Last week, Laugley, Mr. Chas. Ward saddle to Mrs. Cook, of , he same pJaee Suffolk.— Joseph White, , street, London, to Susan, second da. * ' , " " Pretyman, Esq. of St. Ray, farmer, to Miss b
April 5, 1817 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
To SOLD by AUCTION, Mr. ATHOW, the Ansel Inn, Norwich, Monday the 21st inst. ami twenty (or more) following days,

To SOLD by AUCTION, Mr. ATHOW, the Ansel Inn, Norwich, Monday the 21st inst. ami twenty (or more) following days,

(exclusive of Saturdays and Sundays). A Very large and valuable collection of OLD and NEW BOOKS, the entire Stock of Mr. R. BEATNIFFE, (declining business); comprising many thousand volumes of the best Authors, Ant tent and Modern, in various languages, and good condition. Catal
April 5, 1817 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
PUBLIC-HOUSES.

PUBLIC-HOUSES.

To be LET, and entered upon immediately, THE LITTLE PEACOCK Public-House, near unto the Grand Sluice. Boston, with large Yard, plenty of Stabling, and about Twenty Acres of Meadow and Arable Land. the GREEN DRAGON Public-House, in the Market-place, Boston, with large Yard and pl
April 25, 1817 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
FARMS.—To be LET,

FARMS.—To be LET,

To persons of respectability, and who can come well recommended for good management and substance; or THREE considerable aud very eligible FARMS, in the neighbourhood Horkcastle, Lincolnshire; consistingof good Grass, Corn, and Turnip Land, Tithe-free, parochial rates and rents
April 25, 1817 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
FRIDAY, April 4, 1817.]

FRIDAY, April 4, 1817.]

April 4, 1817 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
MEATH ASSIZES.

MEATH ASSIZES.

J. Clarke, P. Clarke, L. Clarke, and Finnegan, were convicted of the murder W. Gosman, servant to R. Sallery, at Clcragly, and of burglary and robbery in Sallery’s house. All but Finnegan have been executed. The younger Clarke died execrating and cursing the Judge, the Jurors, a
April 4, 1817 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
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April 4, 1817 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England